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A Four-Way Marginal?

A Four-Way Marginal?

In the sixth instalment of our series of comment pieces focusing on the run-up to the French Presidential election, Rebecca Lowe Coulson — Policy Exchange’s State and Society Research Fellow — considers questions arising from the latest polling, on the grounds that ‘our assumptions are growing less assured’. 

The Rise of Emmanuel Macron

The Rise of Emmanuel Macron

In the latest of our series of pieces focusing on the run-up to the French Presidential election, Rebecca Lowe Coulson — Policy Exchange’s State and Society Research Fellow — considers the recent polling success of Emmanuel Macron. She contends that his ‘recent ascendency is thanks to timing that owes both to fortune and opportunism’.

In and Out: White Papers Past and Present

In and Out: White Papers Past and Present

Rebecca Lowe Coulson — Policy Exchange’s State and Society Research Fellow — compares last week’s Brexit white paper with the white paper presented to parliament in 1971, which outlined the then government’s plans and argument for Britain’s accession to the European Communities.

Symbolism and Reality in Geopolitics

Symbolism and Reality in Geopolitics

Rebecca Lowe Coulson, Policy Exchange’s State and Society Research Fellow, reflects on the recent Policy Exchange event on Tim Marshall’s new book about the power and politics of flags

One Nation in a Post-Referendum World

One Nation in a Post-Referendum World

Ahead of Policy Exchange’s Conservative Party conference event on the topic, Rebecca Lowe Coulson, PX’s State and Society Research Fellow, explores the significance of the term ‘One Nation’

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